As we all know our body is made up of numerous bones, three of which can be found within our arms, these three bones are the humerus, radius and ulna. As well as these bones your arm is also made up of muscles, joints and tendons as well as connective tissue.
Having an injury to any of these parts of your arm could potentially leave you with very severe injury that could impact your daily life and leave you out of work, which is sadly what happens several times every year here in the UK.
Even the most mild and simple injury to your arm will cause you some level of discomfort for a period after the accident and a more serious injury can take several months or even years to heal completely but even after the injury has healed there will still be a possibility that you will be left with permanently reduced movement and sensitivity.
A road traffic accident, an accident in the workplace, a slip, trip or fall as well as an accident in a public place and a sports accident are just a few examples of how you could sustain an arm injury. If you have suffered an arm injury due to one of these accidents, which was caused through no fault of your own then you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Here at Help With Your Claim we are personal injury experts and have already helped thousands of people to claim the compensation that they deserve after an accident that wasn't their fault, now it's your turn.
To find out where you stand when it comes to making a claim for damages for your arm injury, contact us here at Help With Your Claim today and we will assess your case for compensation.
Compensation won't change what happened to you when it comes to your personal injury but it will be able to put you back in the financial situation that you were in before the accident took place. Compensation is paid for the initial injuries that you are suffering as well as any loss of earnings that you have suffered and any medical expenses that you are now facing.
If you have suffered an arm injury or a elbow injury in the last three years or you are currently suffering from an arm injury that was caused through no fault of your own then contact Help With Your Claim so we can help you to claim the compensation that is rightfully yours.